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. HANNIBAL JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 30, 1852.
'THURSDAY, V i i i SEPTEMBER JO, 1832.
The Demooratio Hatting tut Saturday Evening.
Thit woi quite rcspeetablo ttieeting, though
it looked lomewliat attenuated, after the Whigs,
who had been attractbtl there by Curiosity, left
We were amused at tome' of the positions and
arguments gravely Introduced by trie) Speakers.
One of them seemed to have got it into his head
that the main issue between the twd parlies was
whether our government should be a Republic
or a Monarchy and actually devoted an hour
o allowing' the superiority of the former over
the latter, a nd proving that our forefathers never
intended it to be a monarchy ; and we also re
member he made some allusion to Noah's Flood,
but we did not exactly understand wliat that
was for. Yet those speakers accused the whig
of "believing in witchcraft and huthbtigl" I
One ol the speakers thought we were in
debted for the Fugitive Slave Law to Demo
cratic construction of the Constitutidn which
is nonsense, of course, because the clause of the
istilution bearing on that point can be con
strued only in one way. It is the first time Ve
ever heard any but an abolitionist intimate the
possibility of any other construction than that
given it by Mr. Clay in framing the Fugitive
Slave Law. The same gentleman thought there
waa an issue between whig and democrats on
the sl&very question, because Scott was sup
ported in part by certain Freesoilers ; although
lie admitted that Pierce is also supported in part
ly certain other Freesoilers we suppose lie
docs not object to the latter because they hap
pen to be Democratic Freesoilers 1 He thought
rierce should be more acceptable to the South
because lately he has said something in favor of
the Fugitive Slave Law ; notwithstanding a
preacher of good character and unimpeached
veracity in Pieicc's own neighborhood has tes
tified on oath that Gen. fierce said he loathed
and abhorred that law. Our friend forgot to men
tion that Scott was a warm advocate of the bill
while it was pending in Congress. Scott made no
speeches, because he was not a member ; he
wrote no letters because he was in Washington all
the time; but it is a well settled part of the his
tory of that session, that the whole weight of
Gen. Scott's great influence was thrown in fa
vor of the Fugitive Slave Law.
fry the Legislature adjourned without pass
the Pacific railroad bill;
J3" Mr. Win, CJohcn has some fine Gcrinart
ilrniVino pencils. They are excellent for writ
v Remember llmt Mr. Tl.os. L. Anderson
wilt address our citisciis to-morrow nigUt. The
ladies are invited to attend:
'Woodmaa's Cksmiesi Soap:
A family to whom we gave a small ijiiantity
of this soap for triul, were so much pleased with
it, that they made application to Us yesterday
1jox. It was tried in our own family ai.d
frmml to be nil the inventor claims. An old
egro woman (it the Drady House made triul of
It, but waS afraid to use any more; because, she
aid, there must be "witchcraft about it,'" il made
tlothes so clean in such short time, and with so
little labor. Those who wish to order any of
this article, can address Woodm ah ii Fullkr,
Ho. 8, St. Charles street, near third, St. Louis
which some of our grocers ought to do imme
diately. frsiitr Edccatios. We have received a
neatly printed pamphlet from the Columbia Sen
tinel oftici, containing an elegunt address deliv
ered by E. C. Davis, Esq., editor of the Senti
nel, before the faculty, students and trustees of
Christian College, and several excellent ad
dresses and poems by students. The system of
teaching must be admirable which can elicit
uch superior productions.
.riaui Xctldtat ea tt Irle Railroad.
On the night of the 14th inst., another was
lded ttf llie Uppalling list of casualties upon
our public thoroughfares.
The) accommodation train, going east upon
ll regular time, was run into, its rear car totul
ly detriolishcd, three persons instantly killcdj
two mote died this morning, and three more
ni nected to survive. It had passed a
heavily laden freight train four miles west, ond
the conductor had drawn out his wutch and
ouietiy exclaimed that he had one minute more
to wait before his time to leave, when the freight
train was discovcreU close ai nanu. ne nm
i.. the, .irrnalto start, and sprantr upon the
iflatform, but it was too late, and the f reiglit en
nt irr.lv throuch the rear car of the ac
commodation train, which remains enclosing
tfVi. attrirviTiA Ilk ft A ahell.
The engineman of the freight train dodged be
l,:,l k. firc.hov. and was not injured. The
fireman of that train jumped off ond escaped
There were, fortunately, but eleven per
n hnard the car. and it destroyed pretty
much all. Those who survived the crash were
calded by steam from the battered engine,
which had literally gone into the car, and was
completely enclosed by it.
This must have been, sheer carelessness on
the part of the managers of the freight train,
ince it is not possible that it had any right to
leave the passing station so soon as to run to
another station before the proper time Tor the
,...r,nn train to leave it. Thi is tlitviccond
fatal accident of the same kind. Cor. Evening
Zartatiuake in Cuba.
Daltimot, Sept. 14.
ru sxnvurtA r.niitain. some further narticu
A iib J - - - r t I
1... In MliaUan-to the earthaunke in Cuba. It
.n.nn lint there were five distinct shocks
M nv of the churches were so injured that they
had to be closed. Altars were erected in the
streets, before which the excited crowds con
tmnallv nfostrat ad themselves.
The shocks occurred at about half past three
o'clock in the morning, and the intense darkness
Aled lo the horror of the scene; Crowd of
men, women and eh'tldreit ran frantic throng!
All Hail Main.
Tiiare Whig Members of Congress wit 6f
sis; a very targe Whig gain in 'both brnwihef. of
the Legislature, gain of whig County officers,
ho choice of Governor, and a good prospect for
the future, are the results of the State Election
"I WnEFT!n Purh I ihe ttm meaning fll Hit wnM "TTf
I's," of ttt two Cirrek wnrila Irnm which It la aVrtvraV
Ttiie to Um elrnirkanl u4 appropriate lllianf I be true llirr.it
Fhiiil or (.aelrle Jute, pr-iinwl by Dr. J. 8 HnrnnToN, of
Philadelphia, from Ilia fourth alnmnah of ihe Ot, for lha rirt
nf Inilieeatlnn anal llytieela. It It Nature's own rerneilr fnr an
unhealthy ainmaeli. No art nf max ran ei:al tta rurally pnw
ere. Il renrlera rrwNf aalinf twrfiTllr emialalent with llaallll. Bet
lies ugare of ilia Oi, hi another pari f ihia paiwr.
HjT A person In St. Louis, by the name of McLean,
affecting lo be acquainted with the Ingredients of litis
celebrated medicine, and well knowing its great vir
tues, has attempted something I'ke a counterfeit. He
adopts a specious name and tells sn article poiMssing
none of (he properties of the original. In an adter
li wine tit in to-day's paper will be found the erpon of
Dr. Bragg on tliis subject. Every one will acre with
ns, that ihe Doctor pours ths "grape'' Into this fellow's
pretensions with veiy signal effect. We learn from the
St. Louts Sal,thftt Ilragg's Liniment still retains its
deserved popularity. The entire sales during the last
year amount to about ot mil lie totltti. All of the
best houses in the city, certify to its great excellence
rSalem Weekly Advocate, May 20, 1852.
See advertisement ill another column.
A prrann in Si. Lntiia, by the name nf Mrlan, afTerilm In he
SrrniDliilrri with the Itif rrillrntaof Ihia celehraterl medicine, anri
a enlinterfril. He atlopta a enertiMia name, anil tell, an article I store, all of Wlllcll RTC oilcrCU VCrV loW at WllOlC
pweaint none nf the prnnrlira of 111" original. In an arteei- , il l ...... 1 .. 1 ....... 1,1 II
L m-ui in i d.y. p-JU w,m m r..n. t of Dr. Hm ' alc r retails ami lwit, but not least, I would call
uii ihU wibj-rt. Kvs-ty oiw will ir.ie with u. ihnt Ihe DiM-mr ! 8Dtcia attention lo MY VCTV IariTC Ulld BplndiJ
iHitin th umpw" tttlrt fltif fHlnw' nn tPtmlunR with verv renal I - rf
efti-cl. V Ifiirn from the Si. Lmihi Signal, thai HmiiK't Ltni
Mifiii nil rr-ultii luritMrVrH popularitv Tim ntlr dit
rl np the tnt year anioiim lo about on milium (mhiIc Ail il
lti hri (Htuwfi in ill chy crriifv tu its grral ecellente Sa
Ifin Wikly Alvcaiei May Vtt, IHVi.
fi advartiKoir-nl In tnoiht't coltimn
N B. Since iti above wan wetii to la for puhlicattoa, w
And Hi fit McLKAS that U there apiih en nf li Hie timcovenr nf
MuLEAN'd CKLKHRATKeD VOLCAMCOIL MNIMKNT.
Ko wotitler Ihe MiiTixo men are Irving lo run liia llnlmt-at
d'iwn they fear fit Iticicaalng rxiputartiy. Ii la certuinly a
belter Mnlment, hecanae It haa performed tettiarkabla tureat af
r MuatAng Liniment had ful'fd. Be the drerdKirtetii In
brother column, and judte fur jrouraclvm. auW
On fundi y erenlnf lart, bjr U. T. Mortnn , Mr. Franc ta Chaplin
lo MlM Murllia J tanner isvtn ol lilluula
On WednetMtay, theSil Ihm., of Khu, Mn. fula Hancock)
coiivorl ul Aiutin Hancock, of thia count jr. lu brr 34th rear.
roRSECTKr) EVERY WEDNESDAY IVkKlNO.
FI.OUH, r.t$4 CO
BAl-UA-Mog llouuO, ... o;a)
Sides, .... "jot) 9
Hums, .... i7' n;
Shoulders, ... oS'ri C8
LOUIS MEAL,, . . . SO
APPI.KS Drieil, ... (, 85
PKACHES liiicd, - $2 (M)
WHEAT, 5(K,o till
UAlb. - - - - - - is'fl 20
CLOVKK SKED, . ... $p ,K)
FLAX - . . 70'tJ till
POTATOES, .... 4o'4 50
BEANS, II HiH.uf-2 50
CHICKENS, V Uoren, -EUGS,
(J. A.,biick - -
L b., ; -
$1 0j($! 70
$3 0W $i 50
05(a) 05 (
3.' ,'! 35
05 J a i)l
HEMP. . - - -HIDES
flry, - - -
SUOAIt Brown, . - i
TOBACCO Oood to fin manlifaclitiin-, $3 OO .ifi Oo
snipping, - i z.X'i.3 T.t
ScoiiiU, ... 25fi2 2a
l.ues frotn 50 cents lo $ I. as in quality.
woor - 13$ 55
WHISKEY " Black Horse'," - l!
" Hlark Kooster." - 18
OKKIGN AMI D()Mi:STIO DTK SniFFS, PAIM'C,
4aa. Our aliirk ! the aliuvo la alwur Ilia rUusl
CDiupleti- in Hit Vital, antluur pnt lour
'AKNIi,HKS. N. York, Holnn . and Uui-t-n Ciljr CiiSrh,
turnilure. kaltlir. Iron, dwk and wliilo varnilia. al niuu-
ulailiirora' ricea, Ity lat'pl-.U-4i) Z. F. W t I'ELI. at CO.
Nw Flour ami Fretli com uieal always on liand sml
can be (mil low lor cash. Jo oiilerence III tne islaii
and wlioleaaU price. Wheat wanted
A. S KORARDS fcSOV.
Steam Saw and Grist Mill For Sale.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED, lieinp desirous of mnviiie;
X. South, oiler for sale their Sjw and GmmI Mill,
situated at Spencersbuip. in Pike county, Mo. The
machinery is comparatively new and In good running
order. Those wishing to purchase are requested to
call and examine for themselves. ,
(ag&-4m-Hl) BRYAN t OGLE,
bjieuceribuig, August 2, 1852.
I'lFTY TF.U PF.NT LKS 'I'll A N flW ri AT TIIErllCAP
CASH r-ToKF.! ON HIHIl. IIKTVVKKN MAIN
AMI THIKIl fTHKKTS ONK HOOK
tABT OK THE ARHK.NA CTL'AM
aill.l I'P l'AIKrl.
rpilR St nfK'RinF.U l.a lareeand writ aekxted aianrlmenl
nf ranry llry I.Doda, Liiilica' and Mim' slnriH-rn iltip
Hia, IliH.ia and Hhm-al loaHlhrr M illi a Small lul of Keadv-
Made I'liMliiiig. All nf wliicli I can and H ill aell rlieaier lliaa
me rlifamvt ever Mild III Hnlinilal. l4 nine one, tenm ail
and lie tmmiirrd nl Ihe larl llial ynu fan rave frum W to 6llier
rem. in lMiytl( .m Smmuki t!J I'.U iliit grml
aarcain are lo be liad, aa I iiil-nd caiking ifnl my pr-ent aiiirk
of mercliaiidli for caali, al 33 art cenl. aji than New York
Wltoleaelf Prirea. (Ii'lillemen and Ladiea fiom the coillilry
vittilins llnnlnlial. will lilekie rail and elillnlne my illicit lfma
uurcliainn alawlitre, aa llie liiilurineiiia orlared are not lo be
ntel Willi every day. Hopitic lo hierit a hlM-ial iialroliNae,
Mill l alvtaya ai my ol ruiidaya eic-eileit ready to wan
um i sal iimi win ui mv ssimu mm m i'i ( a.
Iiava alan a l-.l nf prima, lawna, beraiea, Iwraye acarl, U.nnrl.,
raia anil ailk mlia, iarually ilaniaefil
Wlilcu l win an ai prii-ea
o tltt ptirrhHiT.
( Hitr It Um) H- M MtKtHlC.
w ii i sk y.
TV. COXTIXUK to rnaiiufaclure. and keep eon-
V stantlv nn haml, a larce sunply of our relebialeil
Black Horse" brand of Whisky as ruie an aitirle,
ul always al as low a price as can be ha.l iu the mar
t. f jeit-tl J. A. INSt,KE at fa.
Book and Job Printing,
TibA'JH, FAHCT AND (01RWAl2Sn"A2-.
Neatly exm'uteil, al IIih ullu'e ul the
llt-tfilHll, dOI'IINAIi ANU I.MO.V
I'rinteu in good siyie, aim upon reasonanie terms.
OKlON t'LKMKNS, fro.
LIMB. LIME II .LIME Ml
rnilL SL'liSCnii3KR. will keen coi.ata.illi on hanrl
X lieali burned Lnue, for sale at (lie coruer of Hill
nt Ruth Streets.
tl" Those in wautpf a' gooJ article of Lima would
do well to call oa r. . WILLS.
Ilannibal, Auftist 6th, IH3?-lf
rCRA 6'sand FF-GALIA CIGAn. for saU by
i. A. INSLEE . CO.
AND FANCY GOODS!
Main SUreet, llasinlaini, Mo.
I ESPECTFULLY informs his friend ond
111 the public echcrully that he has nuwon hand
and will continue to" receive a full supply of
nearly every article appertaining to his line of
business. My confectionary department con
tints in ull the finest varieties of
Candy, Nuts, Raisini, PritncS, Dotes, Figs,
Currants, Citron, Fig Paste,
and many other articles too tedious to mention,
all of which will be sold at the lowest price;
Sundries assorted Pickles, Oysters', Sardines,
Lobulcrs, Clams; Pepper Saiice, Catsup,
Spices, Star Candles, Tullow do. Fine
Sugar, and a hirge
Sczsirs, &c, cvC
.My Fancy Depni tincnt
consists in a great variety of English, Frenrli
and German Fancy Goods, musical instruments,
Toys, Pcrrumcry, Fine Toilet nnd Slinvinir Soup,
Shaving Cream, Colognes, Fine Pen Knives,
Pocket do, Razors, Strops, Shaving Brushes,
Hair do, Cloth d.i, Ulackinir do, Combs, Fine
Tuckinfr, Riding, Side and Pocket Combs fine
ivory, Thimbles, Pins, Needles, Work Uoxes,
Toilet do. Flower Vases, Mantle Ornaments,
Fishing Tackle of all kinds, Clocks, thirty-six
hour, and eight day, very low, a large assort
ment, of low prioo Jewelry, and many other ar
ticles 'hat aro usually kept in a fancy goods
Itifles and Shot nus,
wliicli is decidedly the largest und best selected
nlock that lias eVer boen brought to this market,
ull of which lie will sell at a small niWut.ce on
cost, as he has found by experience tlmt "Quick
Sale and Small PrnftU" are best. My stock
of Shot Guns and Uilles embraces all the differ
ent kinds and prices, nnd adapted to till kinds
of srame. Since our attention hn been turned
to tliis branch of our trade, we have been con
vinced that llio supply has never been equal to
the demand, and that the locality of our city be
ing in a gairle country und our citizens fond ot
hunting, et least I etui speak for one, makes this
a point for the establishment of a "Gun Em
porium," on a large scale, iit which may be
found iilis suitable for all kinds of game, in ev
ery variety of size, style and price. JJeliveving
such an ussdrltrient, Sold at low fates, Would
command the patronage of the citizens ot Han
nibal, nnd those trading at this point, I have, for
the last year, been shaping my platis td this
effect, during which time 1 have made arrange
ments with the largest importing houses in St.
Louis to supply me with the mesl approved make
of guns at a very small advance on importation,
thereby enabling mc to sell them as low as they
juii be had in nny market. All persons in want
of guns will please hall and examine liiy stock
before purchasing elsewhere, as I am certain I
can please them as to quality and price. I have
also ull the necessary accompaniments, such as
i....s, horns, sl.st bci'.s, ;w.c bfg, eH"r.
tube wrenches, screwdrivers, powder, shot, lead,
Fresh Arrival of A
A;"v7tg FALL GOODS.
The first of the seasini just received by
HA WES .fe ARMSTRONG.
We are pleased lo announce to our friends,
customers, and the public generally, l'ial we
are just opening one of the largest and most
beaut iTul stocks or goods, direct from the East
ern Cities, ever brought to this market, to which
we very respectfully call vour attention.
wur siouk, in a i ew uuys, win oo uunipitic,
consist i up: of hi k Ltifrlisli, Uerman, ami rcncli
. . . - . . . .
lotlis; 15l'k and fancy cassiineres nnd satinets;
worstiil silk ami satin veslings, bl'li und colM;eial preparations of my own, but could do him no good.
nml twepils! lilunkpla nml lilmiki't coals:
i ii . .. ii,:. ,.i ...i rt.,i;
red, yel ow, preen, blue, ami v. lute flannel,,
spotted do; table towels and bird s eye Uiiipeis;
1. . 1 II 1 ..It's at. l"-.S.
Russia, huckaback, and Scotch dinners; Extra
bl'k uiidbro. table linens and cloths; crushes und
Splendid assortment 01 luctes UrGss gnods;
tiliiin nnd fis'd bl'k alpacas: pljin, changeable
und fi'd do; plain English nnd French merinos;
U'fi d do; beantilul patterns ot all wool delaines;
plain dot rir.h fia'd and plain brocaije silks
bl'k find fancy cnlors; plain, changeable utld fan
cy lined silks; Dritish, Frenuh und American
print; brown atld Ll'lt ,tlitlsilis, all grades; do
do Rhecling; Ijeautiful French piano atid table
covers; do double damask do do do; plain and
barred swiss muslins; j'lain and barred jaconets
and cambrics; white and col'd tarletdns; thite
nnn cord crapes and crape leissc; (Jrcen Herae;
bl'k lace veils; demi do; fancy col'd do, bl'k
white nnd col'd kid gloves, for ladies and gents;
Ladies silk gloves (kid finish); bl'k net mitts,
every description; silk, woollen and cotton ho
siery. A lurire and beautiful lot of bonnet,
tallita, ond satin Ribbons, together with a great
variety of notions to which the attention of the
LADIES is solicited. Ladies, Misses and
Children's troat, calf and kin shoes. Fine last
ing and kid guiiers and half-gaiters. Hoots,
buskins and slippers. Men's and boy's bouts
and shoes of every quality.
(Jlass o!id Qiteensware, Groctrics Jcc., all of
which we are offering very low, und will try to
make it to your interest lo trudo with us. Give
us a call before purchasing. 'Tis a pleasure,
and not a tusk, to show goods;
ii.WVES & ARMSTRONG.
N. U. We wish to buy country jeanes, lin-
sev, woolen socks, uccswax, learners, uacou,
. , , , . , rnriietiin'. &.C
i "i . i o
11. .X - V.
TlOWKIiS' AND WKIGHTM AN'S ClIKMICAI
X WORKS. We can iiow suiily Ihe trade with all
articles Iroin these works, on as goo I lenni at lb?y can
be piocined iu Philadelphia, iu small lots.
1 .... . 't l iul'tvim r a. rt-
KlHlO. r iri-.ir.i,Ll. a vo
T T. TIKMAN'S NKW YORK COLfIR WOUKt". Our
XJ tuiilv ol 'I'lemaii'a Colored Palnia, nf all dfcrlMioiia, ia
al all titora vury larre -riiinpiiaiiis all tut rolora, boih dry and
III oil .III ol WUICII we can aall ai I'W von nrirra.
a. pi. -JS-ll. L. F. WfcTZEI.I. It CO.
A XTK8 k HON'S P 1 1 NTS, m.c fcr., A NO SV A W A KTZ'S
li I' AKlMiK lll.N." I'ull auppiieeot ailulfa from ahovo wiau-
ufarlurfia kfpi tonitauily oa band, ami lor ani vrry low ny
arpiJMi. i. r. wmuttto.
TUTTSPl'BOH VViNUOW OLASS an6 CLASSWARR -
X An iii.ti'iipuona of aiaaawarr, and all of window slaaa
aohl ai Piiulmrtb prlcoa, ky K. f t.rxtLL Ik iu,
MKKCHAXTS, DRL'CGISTS AND PHYSICIAN'S.
Z. AVETZELL &. CO.,
linpoiitrs of, and dcalara In, Fnrrira and noweaiic Druji. I'hara
Kau, i amia, irna, v arnianea, a c.,
io. Y.', MalH al.,
If TOL'LD reaner.tlullr lniie a call from narehaaers hrfor lay
S V liia ih llwir auppllva alMiwhar. TUay Iiava al all llioea
a lara aaaoimeni 4.1 aoda, adaptrd 10 ihia ari'lloa of llw cuu
lii and llwy will a U al a viy amall ailvaiM-e o Knaiera Im
anlra prwea paying al all liniea parllrular aileulloM lo llw
aualliy ul gwida, parkmc, aud pronipluaM in nilina aifl loi arard
111a oidura, TiKa Cililtau loiwanld ntiirird.
If WKT'.t tt. Sl I'O.,
seat! at- JJ, Maia at., bt. Louis.
Look out for the Old Lumber Yard.
WK LI, seasoned Pine fnnbersuilahla for all bnil'V
tne purposes. can nil times be had at Ihe Old
Hannibal Lumber Yard, which has hen rsfahliahed B
years. The proprietor deems it unnecessary id pulf his
Lumber to make it sell, Or to say I ly thins; about ex
perience in the business except to tbce who never pur
chased fiom him. II would rerftartt Hint an eitrsrjeiice
of right years in the business gives the decided advan
tage ovrr any other who never hsd fre(ew ,i
Lumber hat been purchaMil tor Ca-'li anil selected with
(Treat rare, TroiA the best mills in the Pinery. Me
chanics and others wishing tft rfilrtllase Lumber would
find it to their advantage to call and examine Ihe stork
of Lumber and Shinnies st (he Old Lumber Yard bp.
Tore purchasi..); elsewhere. If you cannot t;et it for a
less price, I will guarantee you can get it as low and a
better article lor the same Uinuey. Also, Lumbor, Shin
gles sin) wnirtow sash.
IJ"J" DoiiV fbrget the Bi Siftn oh the west side of
'Mind, between bird and Hill alieets. Inok olil forthe
Sign of THOS. S. MI..EU-S
f.-fj2Blf LUM HE It YAH I).
McLean's Volcnnic Oil Liniment.
A MONO the many discoveries that have teeei tly
IX. been made in the medical seierire, none claim the
attention of Ihe public inoie than Mt Lean's Yolcauifc
The "Volcanic Oil," which is Ihe nasis c( thisvnlu
able Liniinent, is a piodubtion from Nalihe'sown lab
oratory, mid when chemically conlhined, as In Mc
Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment, with other powerful,
yel southii g and Healing icir.edial agents, produces Ihe
most perfect and efficacious remedy that has ever been
oirered lo the afllicted.
It has been tested by thousands, and in not one! in
stance has il failed in giving speedy and permanent
i el iff.
It has cured Pjralysis, Rheumatism. Weakness in
the muscles, Ciamps, Numbness. Slilf Joints, Sprains,
bruises. P.iins in the Hack. Loins and Miles, Aue
Cake. Soreness of Female's Dreasts, Scalds, burns, Spi.
nnl Alfcclions, Neuralgia, Sore throat, Swelliilgs, and
Inr1auimalieii9, and various other external diseases and
When applied, its soothing influence is almost imme
diately fell, relieving the tnost severe pains. It will
cleanse and purity tiie foulest ulcer, and it will icuiove
any unnatural Intnps, lioile or tuinjr no difference
how long it may havt existed. It penetrates the flesh
to Ihe teat of disease, dissolving and removing the
cause, thereby producing a speedy and permanent cure.
Here in llie l'roor.
Ma. J. H. McLean, Proprietor of McL-an's Vol
canic Oil Liniment Sir: I do not know a bet'er way
of expressing my gratitude for the benefit I have re
ceived from the use of your Liniment, than by having
I have been grievously afflicted for eighteen years,
with ulcerous sores on both my limbs. At the lime I
commenced using your Liniment, from my knees down
to my toes was literally covered with sores. I have
tried many of the most eminent physiciuns in Europe
and Ihe United States they could heal up ihe sores,
but in a few days they would break out worse than
ever. I have tried many remedies j I used six bottles
of the Mexican Mustang Liniment, but it did me no
good. My husband and fiieuds advised me to use
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment ( I told thctn nothing
would relieve mi but my giave.
But one of my neighbors, whose lingers Were drawn
crooked by rheumatism, used your Liniment, and it
relaxed the muscles, and straightened his fingers in a
short time. This induced me to get one bottle. I ap
plied it, and it removed the pains. Two bottles more
healed up the sores and cured me entirely.
No pen can describe the joy I feel, now I Can walk
w ithout being tortured to death by such piercing pain;
or Ihe gratilude I feel towards the discoverer of such an
MRS. MARY MACKEf itAUri,
Residence in rear of Phenik Eneine IIuile.
Messrs. Oemp and Fesold, druggists, 127 Caiondrlet
avenue, will, at any tune, cerlily lo Hie abuve slate
iieuts. The above miraculous cure ilioitld prove lo
every wen gcverneu mind tuut aicDeau's Vbicalilc Oil
i.iiiiiiieni iu uiM.i.ut lo a.,v c;i.r L.;i.i.uci.t. ii.
more elllcacious than iuV other remedy lli.-t has ever
been discovered. In fttct i( speaks to every man and
woman, saying, "suffer tio longer from local pains or
diseases McLKAN'8 VOLCANIC OIL LIM-
MENT WILL RELIEVE YOU."
It wil) also cure horses that have the scratches, fls
tula, poll evil, Sweeney, wind galls, sore shoulders or
saiiuie galls. Onuses, strains, old sores, or any swell
ing. Head the following
I' rom a Practising Physician.
Mr. J. II. McLean 'Sir: I wish to add mv testimony
lo the great virtue of McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
I have used your Liniment on sores, bruises, ice, and
it always cured theui sooner than any oilier remedy
I ever saw. I am using it now in a case ol erysipelas
and the patient is doing well. I have used it on a
horse that had the sweeney and it cured him in a short
unit.; nif mv m.i 1 1 1 1 1 i.i.ra. irni mm.- irnin m i i nn no
. . .s ::,.,. . .i,. raiii...
j bad. I nsed the Mexican Mustang Liniment and sev-
rubbed Mclean's Volcanic Oil Liniment on him
i iwiee, ana it kilieil llie scraicncs sua remicea the
j HMtg A lw morpapliLttioi.s cured him entirely,
; i ajvjse every faRMKR lo fc-op a supply Hlwars on
a . r . . . . . .
hand, for it is a VALUABLE LINIMKNT.
S. J. GILLIAM, M. P..
We say to .Ihe public, beware of liniments Mint are
separated. Ask only for the tine and genuine Volcam"
Oil Liiiiineit. It is in squaie bottles, with the name
Me Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniincut, blown in the glasj.
Take no other, and you Will get a ti lie remedy, and
one which can always be relied on.
tJ The above Liniment is for sale in ll.innibai, by
aula J. L. MATIIKWS, Agent.
The Storo 1 louse on the comer of Front and
Bird hvets. Applv to
Aug. 17, 'f 2. ("aul9ii
AFINF. assortment of spring and summer Roniils
Itibbons, also, Satin and Mantua Itibbous for salt
apr'ly by i;i)Ll.ls At tiui.h.l).
IS hereby given that the nct.t arihtiul riicctiiig
of the Stockholders in the Hannibal and St.
Joseph Railroad Company, for the election of
Directors, will bo held irt the city of St. Joseph,
j county of Uucliann, and State ol Missouri, on
the lirst Monday in November next. Uone uy
order of the Hoard of Directors.
WASHINGTON JONES. Secretary.
Sept9-td. August 13, A. D. 1852.
VTOTII'E ia hereby given to all prianiia Interested tn Iheealale
11 01J .HN. M. CA WroRIi,
Italif, dial llie underalgned. adiuioiilralor
WwJi H.U. ol UiiXV Ol
at lliu November term of llie t'ounly Uonrl lor aatd xwaiily,
tlnal artlleuiant of liia adiiiiiiialralioil o( aaid raiaie
HU13 41 WILKIMsON i.'RA WFUKU, Ad.u'r.
. . FALL TRADE.
wxr. a. avoou &. co..
Importers and Dealers in Hardware and Cutlery,
IMia ot lha (iolitrn Auyrll.l
No. '21, corner Main untl Chesnut tis., Si; Louis,
0'T'.H for aalr, al whoWsala or Mlall, to llwir frienda arift
aaaioiiiera, a well ael, cied flotlt nf liardwarr, cuikiry. and
varit'lv koimIi, wlurh will b aold very low lor each, of good pa
per. Their sunk conaiaia in lout, ol lha fulluwirig vanciy:
Lnckul liatchela; bollal kuliai glilllll arrewat aseal balrheta.'
kiaci'af bllUi nail ctiaiul pomti-l kliovlal apadea; Iom-! aual'
(otkai aiMUUa'loolal prcaa a-rrw, llrt -pnml aalt-a, c, ac.
llnlatonhnlrn,, Roper'a and iSln-Hn-ro' a ra'.ora: pen and piMkat
kmvra. Ivorv handlrd; lal-le cuiu ly in at la mimI iI'im-iiI olaied
forkaj apmiiia and baiter kulfcal etuaors sad alftaial piuulng aud
billing kuiv, t e.
Pinal aeed'est rator alm,wi coinbj hrdahea,' alsiraj neurit
n.irt HHail inar!leat lookioa elaaavai niilroraj ring; lan-
cy dof coilaia; anurfand lobaci'o buival Brrlia M,a raMinl toy
iioui aeaing biidaj pin riiaiiioua; guna piaial, bowia kniveai
SoiUiog iimpmema, 4-c , c.
iT' all aud tiauilua-wa still aalt torn barpalna.
ac,.lSJ la. WM. . '.VlKiD CO.
PAMS' BriSTOS PAINT,AH AND M ALL BRL'HH-
I :ri.--l.aig auppliea alwayao hand and foe aala al ai
ufaciuieia pric.a, by (aol.Mt. L. t. WK Iia.l.L a- CO
CiOl.l.fES WHITE LEAD AND OIL CO.MPA
Whit lead iu packages of from if to 1.000
do do do 35 to S iHMI R
Litharge tto tio do J5 to 9,WW
Castor Oil. in barrels, kegs, aud cans.
Ldiaeed (Ul, do tio do.
r sale at Favlry prices by
, Z. r. WKTZKLL. CO.
sejit l(S-4v, 3tf, Main alieel, . Louis.
:oo - -
iff r ulfj n I rkbrnlrd Motm I .
mn.r. at hik sr. tni'i.i irrovK emnr..
fiUBKl'RI BfcR lakes lln inelli.wl of inlorm-
his friends and tint I'liblie irt eenersl, that he
has Iriei largest Kock and greatest variety of Stoves ever
erougiu lo iianuinai, wnicn ne eetermineii to iril
lor fr c-h. I'ersouf wanting Stoves would ilo we I
to call and examine his stock, parlirulnrly tin new
pattern of Pailirr Sloven, aiiuitn wli'rcb iti ll.o' U
cia'n Pailor and Mound Parlor.
11" His'motlo is " QUirk Sales sml Small pm":."
Malta SJtrtet, Two lmra Norlli ml I ha Dradr
llunarl llanwll.nl Mn
3if CAKTEft W. BRYAN.
S. L I j Ij 6c
(Slpn rftfie Grand Oriehtn' Hack lltitstcr,)
HAvI. j'lut received, per trameis Kegulalor anal
Jdlin Simpson, a lihge a.ul fresh importation ot
firoceriGs and Liiiuors as tollovt
New Oilesns Sugr. Belcher's 8. H. MolaSes,
Belcher's C'arified iW,
ilelcher's Crushed do,
P.io Coir. e.
Tuulig liysorl (Id,
Jte-boiled planlalion do,
ne (Ji leans do,
Ilelchei's t. Svrup,
D'aid rirniilv, Jamaica R'fm,
U. P. Vineyard do, . Santa Cms do,
Kastau do, New EncUud do,
Morrau do, Peach Biaanly,
A. Seignette ii, Madeira Wine,
Port Wi lie, Wierry do,
Malaga do, Holland Gin
All of wllich we will Sell at frhdlcsale or retail, and
reiv low for Cash I
. Hannibal. AugM.t 26ih. '5!. s2'f
To Willian Hit ford , Thomat Bvford, Jamtt Hnbrd,
Mr a ham Enfmd, Mufti Hill und Samutl If. ' Hill,
jlmrlirt Had, Thnmnk I). Itvi, and Mrr. tiibeth
WUUam and her hulbond, Jolt ll'iiioms i
YOU are hereby notified, lha' I will uiake applica
tion to thic couuty court of Ralls county (nd Stale
of Missouri, on the lirt Monday in November next,
lor an Older ot sale Of slaves of Mary Hiiford.deeeaaed.
aep2-vT Administrator n one ol the heirs;
' ' "llTlI. MILLEItrcd7 '
Successors lo N. E. Jan.rey k Co.,
WnniF.SAi.it Ann KTtu, nr.ti.ru tsr
CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHENWARE,
No. 34 MA1.V S'I'HKKT,
Between Clicsnvi and I'iiu iilre In
T t.0111., !ttii.
THE subscribers once more call llie attention of
X their friends, and all who are in want of goods in
their line, to the fact that they are prepared lo receive
I he in on the most liberal and accommodating terms,
and have on hand and now arriving, a
Very I-arge and U'tll-ttlectcd
Slock of (aooils. ordered expressly for
Comprising the usual varieties, and many other articles
not lo vc met with ebewlieie in tins city.
The long experience of our principal (having. been
thiily years an importer of Eailhenwant,) enables us
to oiler unuoial inducements as to variety and quality
of slock. Their stock const! Is in part of .
C. C , blue edged, dipt, painted, punted, while granite,
flown, blue and mulberry, earthenware ,
Pute white, enamelled, lustre, blue figured and gold
band. English china i
While, gold band, and drcor.tled Frerich chine ;
All the vaiiclks of Au erican, cut, plain and pressed
glassware, of Eastern and Western manufacture j
uerinau nnd Bohemian glassware, a great variety i
iitlish T. Ii.. pipes ) American pipes and pipe head?;
A urge Assortment of looking glasses, japanned lea
'lays, ol our own importation ;
Britannia collee and tea pots, ca'tors, pitchers, &.C., a
great variety of first late oualitv t
Alaige and elegant assortment of Cornelius k- Co.'s
celebrated solar lard lamps, chandeliers, girau
doles, &.C., gilt, olive and damask.
And a peat variety of articles not usually Imported
for this market.
Asaorlcil Crates parks'! for III Cantiitry Trade,
!& SU brat mauuer, kept cnalaiatl jr m haail.
Our goods ale put up in the best manner, by earelul
and expei ienced packers, and may be transported any
distance, by wagon orolheiwise, without ruk of break
age. We take pride in referring to rxir old customers,
as to our packing and the good condition iu which our
goous ate gauerally received.
sepz-oi H. tl. fliii.L.r.1 at m.
Improvement in Antagonistic Dentistry.
DM. S. II. AJNUEKSU would respecllully
inform the citizens of Ilannibal and country
exjHciallij, that he is inserting teeth on au im
proved plan; Wliicli. lot its aUaptaiK'n to inc
functions of mastication, Cannot be surpassed.
Dr. A. will guarantee Id any pc'rSori tHio Vants
a set of teeth let their jaws be ever sci Irreg
ular or badly deformed Iroin the loss of teeth
and absorption that he will make llienl a set
that trill antagonize or shdt together ai regular
It nnd as perfectly the first time they tire put iit
the moiilli, withoilt any grinding or altering, as
their natural teeth ever did. Any person ivish
ing evidence of this, if they will call on Dr. A.
ho will show them several entire upper and
lower sets figlit here in the city, and let them
judgo for themselve. Particular uttenlion
LMven to the treatment ol Hit diseases ol mc
mouth, and the mul-position of the teeth.
All operations warranted, and charges reusoh
able. N. D. Persons front the country wanting
work done, and beilig unacquainted with the
true merits nnd tkill ot tho Dentist in this city,
would do well to iiuitiiro hero in the city, where
they are both known.
Office over Hrittinghaid'a Drug Store:
"TOTtCK is hereby iriven that Ihe uiulersiireil has
i obtained from the Cleric of the County Couf t of
Kails conntv. letters of administration upon tilt tstale
T JAMES W. UALLAIICIi. deceaied, btartn; eale
it tith. 1H5J
All prisons navinj; claims against ram rsiaie
herehv notilioil to e xiiibit thein.ilu't autlicnlicated.att-
ronlinf? to law. within one vear from the date of said
etiera. or tuev inav Da nreciuueu in any ueucni
saideita' , and if not presented within tluee years
from the uate ol aij letters, nicy win ue lorever dv
retl. j.tl6:. ALLEN BUOWX, A.lia'r.
To Ihe StoclihoUtri in tU itatmihal t-V St. Joseph
TAKE Notice, that at a lneeliug ot the Hoard
of Ilirectort of Said Company lield in the
..... '-V J . . j-
City of St; Josehh, eonttnencin on the 1 1th day
or August, A. JJ., 15J, Uic loiiowinjj rcsoiu
titin was riasscd, viz:
"Ucso mJ. That uu aiMiliomu can oi ten per
... i II a.
pput of the Stock snuscrilied. be mu te, payable
on the 15lh d.iy of Novein'oer, A. D., at
the olfiue o it. 1. Lukenan, iu the city of Hau
nihai, in the county of Marion; ond ut the Court
Houses hi tho following countied respfctiveiv,
tia: Buelianan, Do Kalh, Clinton, Caldwell,
Duvir-aa. Cirundv. Livinirslon, Linn, Macon,
and Shelby; und that notice be given iu the pub-
, i- .i i , I . ..... .. :
lie new papers puousneu in mo
through which the road is to pass, iu the man
ner prescribed iu the charter." Done by order
of the Hoard. .
WASHINGTON JONLS, Secretary.
Anoint 13. A. D..1S52.
IsT0Vt. This i the third call, making alto-
onilier iwentv tier cent culled for up to thia time.
Stockholders WHO auaii uoi nave paiu mo ura.
ami aeoond calls, will ffot be entitled under the
Charter, to vote at the electlott for directors.
The same rule will exclude Counties who have
not isbuetl bonds, ot made payments, according
Iu tho cuntracta with the Cuinnany. It ill be
n.xr.rl.n.k rf.l.t ll.U bfl ltttIr(ld tt by
storkhohh r. and Couirty Court who
VotO lor JJllVVt9fS. eij.-.
CIGAR AND -TOBACCO STORE.
Whotaula a4 Retail, Sonitiaaat CairSicr Of JHalal anal
Mill Ntrrrtf ,
. II. tXi:i U AMIIffrrfAftT.
Krr.f Kiwonl' on ftn ih- 9r,y K MI(S(rRI A K ft
VIU'llMA TOSHI'Ill; HVI'rr of alt )mr fMfl..
kiNflitiii!.,,,( imisl.i. rulNrirs;.
NH.W,ni :ijijion i ii;AM-a.wl.rr ana at lawaNf
SrPt III Mir line. Arv'v ai m nl tli
Big InftiaiL ;
TunXiiiW KMPiuii ' cin Aft BTOiiLi
St be tirnisw e arty ,,. r
J Tort ac is, cuaiti am i rr,
ClK-aper tlian at any ir.r hnn-e in ll, elit '
tor a 'i'o at th maniis'Ai Ti;a u'l run :)
Ami h will be to lha aalvanimi ( rtliaia to rrttn.l, nm(
No CIgara mada by apprdnliteg I
rmi'iHliar p""-""" ifrmr hrlnn ihe hirakral
Hill, ma Haitt alrtwli llanaibal, Mm.
Ilotlca to Codntry Merchanta
IVOOD.MLVS CELKBIUTE0 SOAlK
HMtl! rnhaerlhers ara now prrptrr! trl atmlla fcrrtera f.rr
Tj 'fr'r4 "''' ilueierti, m.Mmf In any rjilaMI
anil mi in liliri.-nl B.,lit
'I n iIhm arlHl r ll.mrrulnlrj 4 UH Ita Mnpertiea. we will
Itlerrl, .at ll.al Br Una II S prefBn, ' WJIp. ,
cloilHean Ih hIk1 Willi half tlx q,u4l oor. anal al a
Triivterf airrclloaa Air ttae arvnmpanyrnl enrh tmrital'
Adilicaa Wihiuman k 11.1,1,111.
No. ih. Char tea siren, near Thlraj
P Be Lnwa, mm.
V. A LEB iil lumber, shingles, laths, sash. e., Jte.
Oihre at the t'oiinling room of Miller at Pniras'a
Lumber Yard, on tiie Corner of Hill and Third streets)
Hannibal, June lt, I832.-tf
tees. i. aiMaal ara. B. soars.
' MILLER & POOUE,
(Suecesors lo Tl-o. 8. Miller,) )
Wholesale Urocers ft. General Commission Merchar.'fj
0. 4 Lkbc, Hannibal, 410;
ftiiE ntideisigneil havi. entered irite co-partner
JL ship for Ihe purpose of transacting the Grocery
and General Cr niBlissiiiii businens, under ihe Bame anii
style of M1I.LKII II POUL'E at the eld stand oft Us.
si. iMilldr, No. 3. Leve.
TIIOS. S. MILLER,
GEO. B. POGUE.
Hannibal, Jnne 10, 1852. ( jelO-tf )
aarawNtiBe to Jtet of I
ta Him yrmi
UM. bjj. B. lIDIHIIITlly, M. D4 In tha alerfca
Oalaa mt Un lnrtnrt Court tor tka tarlatri
Diatrtct af tVaaarlTaala.
Another Scientific Wonder!
ORE AT CURE FOfl
ba. J. S. KOUCHTOH'jS
DIGESTIVE FLUID, '
OR) GASTRIC JUICE'
iimm laeiUMai atotHach 4 taai miti HAet
(lirretiim nr BaniM Lletilf,)1le f real fliyaiatuf leal dfeaaaal,
W J. is. H.wjliHr.., M. II , enlladelpl'ia, la.
-I iUi;t'8 T " Muci, la tM irne anaalNf of tHS We'fi rell.
It ialharhiereleaaeiit, m arratiliaedtlriE prineltfle V( Uie Gairi
intae lha enlvent of Itw liiiilr tha tlifrtreini, reaenriaf, anat
timuUliiiff ayeus af the amttucH and ifHeaifcea. It far eltraeaeat :
frum Lite diaeatlva aiiwiaeli of lha 61, cbua fiMrmiaa; a inav ft
aMiv Maul, mrkly liM lha aa'iaral Caairta Jaiea m Ita
trw-mical powers, and laraubia( a eooiiwct and perfect ftrlMll
lute tot it.
Tlihr la Natarc'a ttwaj renteilr tor aa Wriliealth.ir atrMbacai. tlm
art of ma ran etaal Ha mraliva puarera. It CiiaUina lea atcir
Ih1, Hillera, aelita, or naaaeotia ilrujta. It la estrrawelf aarvaaata
lo llie laale, and mnf be taka Sjr llie inoat SVebla alita mthm
cannol eat a water r.racfcr witbowf llw anoaa acuta MiatrVaa,
Beware of 4ru?K-d iinilaiioita. ffpaia la aart a flrnc ,
Hall a uaaiMiufall of teowlm laloa la w4ler; will iifh I aw
it iaa.iv lira putiaoa of roaai beef la kuuut tw htmra, ml Um
sioaiaih. 9 . , . ,
.. Belenllfle F.Tl.leatea I
$T The Sclerliirle anil. upon wliicli thia reinedy Is baaed,
la In the liieheat degree curiiiua Snrl reirlarhaliie. -
Ctt it UteaseMl inil crt a deacriptive eiteular. rratla. fivin(
a' laree aiuii'unt ol ar.'eiinlia evHlettc. fyom Liaia'a AaiaCal
(.'"leuiialrjr; ir, Corulir'a l-hy.fileer tr lIp-iol Dr. Pira
on Kod and llieil rr. Jolm W llrape. of liw Tork llulvcf
ny; I'l.rf lui.liiu'a I'liyalblomr ; fro". Killlnian, of Vaaa
ti.llWie; lir. Carptuti-r'a rti)ioii(y aie tugetiitr with rapurw
of cuica IroiM all pruts of llw United t'laiei.
, PepalH IB Klnld aintl Pw4r: .
" Or. Hon-huip'a PefMl la preuatrd la Powder ana" ! Fli4
Korm bim! i rreacriptinij viala for lha aarwf fhyaiciaaa. Tua
p-ioder will bm aent l.r !nail, frta of ptmaxc, lur aa dollar,
mi to lr. IIiHiet"ti"li Plilla.telplita,
fy OUfiKKVE TIII8 ! Kvaiy rMttw'nr tht arnutaa rapalai
bcara llie writirn t'iffnaluia of J 6. lioilshtoa, M l., aole pr
piKlor, riiilartrlpbla. Pa. Copf-riglil aarl Trde Mart aerorrd.
f..ii by all druiia and dealers id lueAitloea.' tiUm. Ottlt
DOLLAR, fcr troll l. .. ,
T L. BmtTtMJHA-d m, Bd..' Naeniaal.
SuiTJ If Wbvlcaal aad JUud Afaali.
3 ' i
- If L IS I ll."l Ii T-
$ Mammoth Stove Store.
Catablislimeut. 1 keep noue but the best of bauds. XL
ryiN AND SHEET IROV Manufactory and x
f. a. rtii.tvAi AM, ennier oi iiaiu aim biro r-:
x si reels, lias now oo hstifl s laree assortment Of C ook
4. Kl,ve. Illin KUu, ,.! ..rtf varii.lv ai lin
w 7 o . . . . T . J -t-
iieaiing moves, aim every variety oi ita
, a supply of wuirb will be Kept couatantly
ind, by additions, as occasion ovay require).
7 Auion; hit assoitmcut are the lullowing Cook 2
; A. COMSTOCK ft. CO's eelebrated Prairie
X Slate Cook Stoves, which I will warrant for five
yeaisjaiid Irving Air T'izUt, (uiauufacturetl in s
r Ouiia. Ill 1 - 5
Yr - .- , - -
Irvine Air Tinhl. fmaniifacturej lu Saint
-5. tiwu ij u r-
f. War of the Weil.
S The best rremiuin, (Pittsburgh.) X
I; Caliloniia rrctriuin. (tiaiincy.) ' ' i
4 hi. Louu fretuiuuis. , is
Arid blhers. not mentioned. ; . :.
Also A lot of Copper Ware, and Tin and Sheet i
v; Iron Ware. All which are offered at reduced $
f. prices for rtady pay. Country uiarchauls add j:
? beople (renerally, will fintf it their interest to call
"v? here belore puit'liasing else where, fur I will sell
" lower than any other house of the kind iu the city. J
k Old Cupper Ukeu iu exsbange for work. 3:
Jobbing, of every variety, iu Tin, Copper aad
tl bluet liuii, duut at the shurteat iiutioe.
eb2 em 1. A. HICKMAN. j
I want Ercnbody (tli Rcud Tliis.
1IL,l. merely say novv
that 1 hav4 ihbved iny
WILi; merely say iiovy vDdTX
Faiikilv Groocrv und Flour ?k.r. '
Detiot to South-west coruer of Main aud liiril
strict, where 1 shall be p'eased to see my old
friends, new customer, little children, Lwlies,
'aud the rest of mankind. 1 have a great many
usesarj thifips to 'ell for U'e cotufort and conve
nience cT allcu humanity, such aa grocerie,
spkes, V.bh tuba, wah boards, acrubbir
brushes, brooms, soup, candles, end tar; toirelher
with creut many things that 1 have nut kjui! .
I also kVp butter, ep;s. and corn led, when
they are to be had; but I aUvnya have tho re
no A ned l'-igle Mills FLOUU aeVnawleJed
by all to be the best article ever sold ia ILtcni-.
baLx-ia fact, 'it cau't Ixi heat.' ' i'.very ISotiy call
and ita me; I'm iu a hurry this inuruiiig no
tuue to talk. Good by UU we meet,
aulytf J f, JACKSON,
B" uan or cHERrats, a pir. feVi7iB
frrtk f -sl. i m ik f